Re: Toddler wants more milk than I have
If you want to increase supply, pumping will help. There's no point at which increased stimulation and milk removal won't increase supply. It's probably going to be harder than when your baby was young and your pump was new, but you can still increase if you are willing to put in the work.
The question I have is, do you really want to? On the one hand, increasing supply could make your baby happier with nursing and therefore willing to nurse longer than she would if nursing has become unrewarding/frustrating for her. On the other, maybe she'll keep nursing even at this relatively low level and you won't have to drive yourself crazy with the pump. It's a really personal choice and there's no one right answer!
Why is your DH so pro-weaning? What does he think weaning will do to improve your lives? We might not be able to tell you what to do about pumping/nursing, but maybe we can help you deal with his issues!
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